The Hosanna School, the first public school for African American’s in Harford County, Maryland, stands as a symbol our history that is not widely known. Hosanna sponsors exhibits, speakers, displays, and other events that portray the bountiful contributions made by African Americans and a variety of ethnic groups.
The Hosanna School Museum is located at 2424 Castleton Road, Darlington, MD. There is limited seating so reservations are recommended. Call 410-457-4161 for reservations.
The speaker is Mike Dixon, a historian specializing in social history. The program is sponsored by part by the Maryland Humanities Council and the War of 1812 Commission.